This is your chance to own an exquisite example of Sea Ray craftsmanship with impressive crowd stopping looks. This 50’ Sundancer (called the 480DA in 1990-1991, and the 500DA from 1992 - 1999) has been recently updated with an interior finishing comparable with that of newer models. Cruise around in comfort and style in a huge cockpit featuring a large “conversation pit” with two very large settees, plus plenty of extra deck space for chairs and a table. She also features a separate helm deck with a forward-facing settee and separate helm chair. Cruise in confidence knowing that you have two of the most powerful optional engines available. She is powered by a pair of Detroit Diesel 8V92 engines (735HP each), with the reputation for reliability and durability. Not only was this an expensive option at manufacture, but these engines run at a lower percentage of rated load which translates to higher expected life and lower projected maintenance when compared to the smaller standard engines. She offers luxury accommodations for up to six people in two very large staterooms plus a very large wrap-around settee in the main salon, and has two spacious heads, each with showers. The salon and galley areas of this beauty will rival the accommodations found in many small apartments. The salon boasts one of the largest settees ever seen in a boat, occupying the starboard and aft sections of the salon. It has a movable round table positioned in the center of the settee. All of the cushions of the settee can be removed which yields expansive storage space under the seats. It has both direct track lighting and indirect lighting. It features a Panasonic TV, Panasonic VCR, Sansui A/V stereo receiver, and a 5-disk CD changer. The galley is large and well equipped with ample countertop space plus an additional peninsula. It includes a large Magic-Chef refrigerator/freezer, Black and Decker Spacemaker built-in coffee maker, Black and Decker Spacemaker built-in electric can opener, Sharp convection microwave, and a Kenyon 3-burner stovetop. There is a removable drying rack that covers the stovetop. The countertop has a built-in cutting board. The galley peninsula has an under-counter U-Line icemaker, an integrated liquor cabinet, a separate wine stemware storage cabinet above, and features 2 bar stools that nestle up to the countertop from the salon side. She is outfitted with full helm instruments and navigation electronics, a 11kW Westerbeke generator, air conditioning with reverse-cycle heat, anchor windlass, and spotlight.
The Sea Ray Sundancer is known as probably the single most successful boat in the industry and for good
On the main deck and to forward features a huge full-beam bridge deck with a wrap-around windshield with three
electric wipers, a separate adjustable helm chair, and a forward-facing companion settee that can easily fit 3. Aft
of the bridge deck and down a step is the expansive cockpit “conversation pit”. The cockpit has two very large
“L” shaped settees, one that wraps around the aft of the cockpit, and a second that wraps around the forward of
the cockpit. And in addition there is still space remaining for you to place a cockpit table and additional cockpit
chairs. This boat is ideal for entertaining, both while boating and for dock life!
Below decks she features two very spacious private staterooms, two heads, and a salon and galley that rival what
is found in many apartments! The expansive master stateroom is located forward and has a large private ensuite
head located aft to starboard. Just aft of the master and to the port is the very large guest stateroom with twin
bunks. The guest stateroom has direct private access to the guest/day head, which is located directly aft. Abaft
the guest stateroom and to starboard is the fully equipped and large chef’s galley. The salon is full beam and
occupies the entire rear section of the cabin located aft of the guest/day head and the galley.
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